Some of the results of the KIS strand of the SIG’s work have been published in:
Barefoot, H., Oliver, M., & Mellar, H. (2016). Informed choice? How the United Kingdom’s key information set fails to represent pedagogy to potential students. Quality in Higher Education, 1-17. doi: 10.1080/13538322.2016.1153899
Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Processes to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
During 2010-2011, with support from the HEA grant, the SIG Steering Group developed a practitioners’ toolkit. The draft toolkit was presented at our conference in July 2010 and further developed as a result of delegates’ contributions and further contributions from the wider HE community.
This is available in the JISC Design Studio at: Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Process to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
and it can also be downloaded here: Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Processes to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
Commentary and Critique of the QAA Code of Practice: Section 2
During 2010 after consultation with SIG members and the wider community, the SIG Steering Group have produced a commentary and critique of the QAA Code of Practice Section 2: Collaborative provision and flexible and distributed learning (including e-learning) .
This document was presented to the QAA, where it was well received. Download a copy here: QAA Code of Practice Section 2: Collaborative provision and flexible and distributed learning (including e-learning). A Commentary & Critique
The last version of the PREEL2 workshop ‘Effective application of quality assurance & enhancement procedures to e-learning courses’ as presented in Reading in July 2008 can be downloaded here.
The collection of materials provided for delegates can be downloaded here Folder of materials (Zip folder 2.7 Megabytes).